"You've Been Booed" - Halloween Sharing Treats

Halloween time is here! I love celebrating every holiday to it's fullest and if I can take this time of year to show my neighbors or people close to me how much they mean to me, then that is what I am going to do. When we first moved into our neighborhood, someone sent us a neighborhood Christmas gram and we never figured out who did it, but it was such a fun idea! I wish I had taken a picture of it. So I have decided this All Hallows Eve (Spooky Season) season that I would share a fun printable to get into the spirit and share spooky treats with my neighbors. With Boo Baskets becoming a trend again, this a fun kid-friendly option that they will surely love!

This year, all my goodies came from Oriental Trading because they have everything you need for a one stop Halloween shop at a great price. They have exclusive candy items like Unicorn Poop marshmallows, costumes for the entire family, decorations that range from spooky to seasonal, graphic tees for all, and so much more. I love working with them and it's has been one of my go to shopping places since my mom told me about them years ago. She loved shopping there for supplies for her classroom when she was a teacher.

So let's get on to the rules of the game:

"You've Been Booed" Game

1. Place these notes in your neighbors mail box or place it on their doorstep. I went with a Halloween basket filled with goodies, but you could easily get a little baggie with a few themed treats.
2. Your neighbor will then have two days to either come here and print this printable or copy the note you sent. And send their treats to a new neighbor.
3. They need to place the "We've Been Booed" note on their front door so everyone else knows. And the key is to not be seen when dropping off the treats, that's why I recommend putting it in their mailbox instead of by their front door because many people have camera doorbells.
4. The fun is to keep passing it on and on until everyone in the neighborhood has been booed! It's a great way to show neighborly love and get into a sharing spirit.

You can individually print the notes below if you wish or click on the image above to print them together. Make sure you check the preview before printing.

If you have a printer setting where you can print on the back to save paper, then that's even better!

Apple picking, fall festivals, trick-or-treating, house decorating, trunk-or-treating, family costume coordinating, Halloween parties, haunted houses, fall has so much to offer! I would love for you to share in the comments with me some of your Halloween traditions or activities that you look forward to in the fall. Don't forget to check out our Fall Bucket List Activities for Families as well.

Do you like giving little gifts to your neighbors? What would you include in your Halloween basket or bag?


  1. We got booed last night. My daughter was so excited! What a great idea!

  2. This is such an adorable idea. And perfect for the current situation we are all dealing with. Thanks!

  3. I never heard of this. What a delicious idea!! Personally, myself, I would print out a turkey with the words ‘We are thankful for our neighbors!’ Gooble! Gobble! on it. And put a flyer in their mailboxes the day before or after Thanksgiving. Or give out Christmas greetings. I like doing New Years Resolution cards stating that one of your New Year’s Resolutions is to get to know my neighbors better.
    You got my mind on a roll ��. Thank you for sharing!!

  4. How fun is this! And so creative. Thanks for posting!

  5. This is an awesome idea! A way to keep positivity flowing during this uncertain time!

  6. Our neighbors have just Booed Us so we are going to keep it on a run what fun Whoooo!


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